This full mini bus wrap for Pistol Pete's, an Atlantic City Steakhouse and Saloon was a really a really fun project. It was amazing to see the beat up, white mini bus transformed through the vibrant vehicle graphics.
The combination of the corrugated side panels and tons of window perf made this bus wrap somewhat of a challenge to install, but we think that vehicle wrap installers Todd and Brian rose to the occasion. See for yourself - check out Pistol Pete's mini bus wrap below!
When your business is on the road as much as a solar company, you learn the importance of mobile marketing quickly! Solular is one company that understands how useful a vehicle wrap can be. We recently teamed up with this local solar company to create this high-impact f150 truck wrap!
The bright green graphics and cool logo create a head-turning effect that will have Solular's phone ringing off the hook in no time!
We recently had the opportunity to team up with a national home care service and create three awesome Toyota Scion wraps. The Scions arrived in our parking lot fresh from the dealer, and once we had final design approval, we had all three cars wraps finished in about a week.
From snowy to sensational, striking graphics make all the difference in these three scion vehicle wraps!
What comes to mind when you think about Porsche? Style? Speed? Sophistication? A Ford E250 cargo van?
Okay, maybe not that last one, but a local Porsche dealership recently had us incorporate their style, speed, and sophistication into partial vehicle wraps for two roadside assistance vehicles; a Ford cargo van, and a Volkswagen GTI. With cool racing inspired graphics, this fleet of two is sure to turn as many heads as the 911 Carrera they're helping out.
Vehicle wraps can be memorable in any number of ways. Wrapping an uncommon vehicle, using super bright colors, or making 'em laugh with a funny or clever slogan are just a few ways!
One recent partial wrap that I won't be forgetting any time soon stands out for its distinctive graphics. Caffe Aldo Lamberti, a local restaurant, specializes in seafood, and wanted to highlight that fact on their catering van wrap. The graphics were simple; a picture of restaurant owner, Aldo Lamberti, surrounded by a bounty of seafood, and holding an octopus. Maybe I just like cephalopods, but the octopus really made an impression, along with the giant lobster claw adorning the back of the van. Want to see these cool, splashy graphics for yourself? Check out the video below!
One of the reasons that working for a vehicle wrap company is so much fun is because every project is completely different. Some wraps stand out for their particularly cool designs, while other are unusual as a result of the kind of vehicle being wrapped. We do a lot of box truck and trailer wraps, which have large flat spaces that can be wrapped quickly and easily. Curvy vehicles pose more of a challenge, but when a local Metro PCS asked us to wrap an Audi TT, our installers definitely rose to the occasion.
With a little time and care, this Audi's curves changed from sleek black to a fun and attention grabbing combination of purple, white, and orange. We were so proud of the finished product we had to create a little video featuring the finished wrap.
Van wraps are some of the most common vehicle wraps. Vans are perfect utility vehicles for businesses that do a lot of moving, delivering, or home based businesses, but don't require the heavy-duty hauling power of a trailer. Because of this, many business owners decide to expand their brand and get noticed while on the road through a van wrap.
But if you're considering a van wrap, where do you start? How do you know what sort of design would be a good fit for your company? Well, we collected some of our favorite van wraps and put together this little video to get the inspiration flowing.
For our very first video, we decided to focus on one of our coolest wraps! Peace-A-Pizza is a local pizza company with groovy tie-dye branding. Their colorful look was perfect for a vehicle wrap! The wrap design incorporates a rainbow of tie-dye, as well as a nature theme of flowers and grass. To top it all off is a giant piece of pizza atop the PT Cruiser. Check out the video below to see this kaleidoscopic vehicle wrap coming to life and cruising around!
Collaboration is key here at Sunrise Signs. A vehicle wrap can last for about five years, which is a long time to be unhappy about a design that you were pressured into choosing. We like to ask a ton of questions and make sure that you're 100% happy before we starting printing and installing. We knew that Michael, owner of Tommy Gunn's BBQ would be happy with his new van wrap because he designed it himself! After a few suggestions by our designers, we were ready to start transforming his sprinter van from boring white to deliciously wrapped!
We made quick animoto video to showcase the change from regular van to mobile marketing masterpiece, check it out below!
Fleet wraps are such an incredible way to give your brand unity and exposure. Fleet wraps can either be the same vehicle wrapped the same way several times, or they can be varied, with multiple vehciles, each wrapped with a smiliar theme. Suntricity, a local solar power company decided to go with a varied fleet wrap, branding a van, a truck, and a car with distinctive partial wraps of an orange sun rising.
We took some video footage of the car being wrapped, and thought we'd share with you just how the latest member of this fleet family came to be.